COVID-19 Information

University of Lethbridge Campus

COVID-19 Updates

ULethbridge is a mask-friendly environment.

Vaccination will not be a requirement for registration in the Summer or Fall 2022 semester.


Latest updates

May 4, 2022: ULethbridge will lift its general mask mandate on May 6, 2022.

February 25, 2022: The University of Lethbridge previously announced its intention to return to in-person learning beginning February 28, in alignment with changes to provincial COVID-19 mandates. However, all classes are currently suspended due to the ongoing Faculty Association strike.  Once classes resume, they will remain online for the remainder of the Spring 2022 term. 

February 18, 2022: The University’s vaccine mandate for students and employees accessing campus will remain in effect until February 28. Vaccination will not be a requirement for registration in the Summer or Fall 2022 semester. Mask mandate remains in effect for the remainder of the Spring 2022 term. More details:  Measures on Campus

January 14, 2022: uLethbridge extends the current primarily online course delivery model through to the end of the February Spring Term Break, with in-person classes scheduled to resume Monday, February 28, 2022. Faculty and staff who are able to work from home are encouraged to do so.

December 22, 2021: All classes on both uLethbridge campuses will be online until Jan. 21, 2022. Staff who are able to work from home between Jan. 4-21 should do so.

November 1, 2021: You must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to access the Lethbridge and Calgary campuses. This applies to all students, faculty, staff, and visitors (ages 12+).

October 2, 2021: The University has developed a set of Mandatory Vaccination Principles to provide clarity to our University community.


Last updated: May 10, 2022 at 4:12pm

Help enhance the safety of our campus:

Students standing in physically distanced circle

Follow all campus health protocols

  • Vaccination is the best way to keep our community safe.
  • Maintain 2m physical distancing
  • Wash or sanitize your hands frequently

See all campus health measures

Student wearing cloth mask

We are mask friendly

Masks are not mandatory on campus but masking is encouraged to reduce the transmission of the COVID-19 virus. The University is a mask-friendly environment, and we ask that you respect the decisions made by all members of the campus community.

Information about masking on campus

Check your symptoms

DO NOT come to campus if you are ill.

Responding to illness

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